A Vision for Burundi, Rwanda and Beyond

Share This Post

In 2001, Christopher Holimbere was a student in Bible College in Rwanda. He had the opportunity to attend a vision conference, and for the first time heard the DNA message as presented by Bob Moffit, Darrow Miller, and Chris Ampadu.

Today, Christopher pastors Good Shepherd Community Church, and is an associate staff member of Harvest Foundation in the Great Lakes Region of Africa.

In this video, he  tells the story of his personal transformation and the beginnings of a Samaritan Strategy harvest in his part of Africa.

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gU7ls9uR2X4]

Learned something new? Have a question? Enjoying this post? Let us know!

Subscribe
Notify of
guest
2 Comments
Newest
Oldest Most Voted
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
NDUWIMANA AUGUSTIN
9 years ago

DNA is an excellent vision to help every one to live in accordance with the God’s wish to his created.Today,there Are needed real leaders!Harvest Iragi Is an answer to improve the real plan to deal with the life in the CHRIST WAY.No Limits to you who would like how and what to do to live your lifestyle.God never wanted you a bad life neighter privated you dealing with the world.He wants you act according to the norms as he has done during the creation.

Disciple Nations Alliance

Thank you for your message, Augustin! Yes, God intended for his creation to flourish and to enjoy the fullness of life with Him. Blessings to you as you take this message to your community!

Like what you're reading?

Subscribe to the DNA blog and get updates directly in your inbox.

Recent

Podcast Episodes

Famed Anti-Christian Dawkins Now Celebrating Christian Culture

Recently, the famed atheist intellectual Richard Dawkins showed his cards when he called himself a cultural Christian. It’s fascinating to see someone as anti-Christian as Dawkins appreciating the culture that was built on Christian values. But can the culture he enjoys in the West actually be sustained within a secular and atheistic worldview? Further, for Christians who see the value of biblical principles and want to have an influence in society, will we rightly be considered, “Christian Nationalists?”

Podcast Episodes

The Consequences of Killing God with John Stonestreet

The foundation of our society has shifted beneath our feet. Where there was once a firm base rooted in the Bible, we now find our culture in a moral freefall. Special guest John Stonestreet from the Colson Center reveals how subtle shifts have radically eroded people’s ability to find truth, identity, justice, and meaning. Believers have a responsibility to shape society in such a way that people know truth and can find meaning and justice …

2
0
Would love your thoughts, please comment.x
small_c_popup.png

Let's have a chat

Learn how we helped 100 top brands gain success.